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is the first time in the history of the united states this has happened. slightly more brown people. path buchanan! [ explosion ] ♪ na, na na na ♪ >> and even worse for him there are people who are beige! >> yeah, pick one color on another! >> i don't know which epithet to hang on you! what are you? >> debbie in new hampshire welcome. >> hi, guys. i enjoy your show. one of the ladies -- a 24-year-old lady called about religion and she made a comment about maybe the catholic church is the antichrist and i just wanted to say that miss stephanie dealt with that really welly, because i'm a religious person, and her comment was unbelievable. she just said maybe this is an issue that you as a christian needs to take your religion back. and i think that is the issue. >> take it back from people that are misusing it. that's right. >> exactly. because the bible -- there is a passage in the new testament that jesus said. the bible was just a tutor, was just a tutor to the law. i am the law, so therefore you need to get away with all of that that is in the book. he die for all
't matter who your parents were. it is if you were born in the united states. that's what the whole anchor baby thing is about. >> but your citizenship does pass on. you don't have to be born -- he's right in that if your mother is an american citizen and you're born -- let's say she goes into labor while she's on a trip someplace, you're not automatically a citizen of france because she happened to be vacationing there and went into labor early. you're still an american citizen. because your mother is an american citizen. she still has her citizenship. you're an american. end of conversation. >> stephanie: that's a good point. because that's the other thing, it doesn't matter the father, where your father was born or as so many people pointed out, mitt romney's father was born in mexico where they went to -- because they wanted -- anyway, that part is true. >> yeah. >> exactly. >> and again, his dad was born in mexico. and -- >> it says right on that certificate. >> ran for president. was born in mexico and o
of the united states came out and supported marriage equality? that was awesome. [ laughter ] >> because you think about over the years of the things we have been grateful for. 1992, bill clinton mentioning gay people! >> yeah. >> woo-hoo! >> we were the whose in whoville before that. >> yeah. >> karl do you think all of this stuff, including joe biden and arnie duncan do you think all of this was a slow coordination leading up to obama coming out in favor of this. >> i think the administration was probably going to make this announcement one way or another before the convention. >> maybe biden was a trial balloon? >> joe biden noter toously is a little -- you know off the reservation. >> i think literally, literally folks, i think joe biden may have forced the president's hand. >> that's what they are saying. but i have to say it is a big [ censor bleep ] deal. >> yeah, i think it is a big deal. this is the first president sitting in office to endorse marriage equality. jimmy carter and bill clinton support marriage equality, and again, mitt romney -- if you get beat up
, but there is an estimate that there is somewhere around 10,000 polygamists in the united states. you can go to salt lake city on any given day and typically see a polygamist family there. >> colorado city, arizona is full of them. >> i have been out hiking -- >> and when they go to wal-mart they make sure that other people with the children so they won't flee. >> the founder of the republican party, lincoln was accused of being an atheist, and he was a very faithful man. refused to use the term christian, because he did not want to be associated with all of those white ministers who used the bible to support slavery. so here we have a party that would have lincoln turning over in his grave today. >> you just brought up something that should close the argument forever with black people. they keep saying the black people aren't for marriage equality. if you say it in the bible so is slavery. >> right. >> ladies and gentlemen, i -- [ mysterious music ] . >> -- have a jenny cream ail can from 1978. please join me in my new religion. ♪ beer, beer, beer ♪ ♪ i could really use a beer
-huh. >> and -- and i actually got to meet the then presumptive candidate for the president of the united states. >> wow. >> and it worked. i guess -- i guess i was the bump -- >> yeah. >> that's right. >> you were the terrorist electorate bump. all right. the president yesterday. >> in the end the values they care most deeply about, and she cares most deeply about is how we treat other people, and we are both practicing christians, and obviously this position may be considered to put us at odds with the views of others but when we think about our faith, the thing at root that we think about is not only christ sacrificing himself on our behalf, but it's also the golden rule. treat others the way you want to be treated. >> wow. [ dramatic music ] >> yes, he did. the only way he could go one more step further is let michelle obama gay marry me when i meet her next month in l.a. >> that would be hot. >> right? >> the president is going to be here. >> i know at george clooney's house. >> oh my god! >> maybe i should see if they can take that restraining order off because i did
're a united states congresswoman and it happened to you. so as you say to now like try to -- i mean this should be something that's nonpartisan. house this get to be partisan? the violence against women act? since when? >> you know it became partisan because this bill was put into the queue as literally a part and parcel of the whole tea party ideology which is very gendered, which is very anti-immigrant anti-lgbt. and is very male gendered-oriented. as a matter of fact, this bill was altered in ways to please some of the men's groups and i don't knock all men's groups. i think men need rights but there are some very rabid men's groups that weighed in on this. and altered it in a very significant way. for example, there's gender neutral language in the bill, stephanie. and sandy adams of course, describes this as being a good thing because it doesn't pick one victim against the other victim. what are we pretending not to know here? >> stephanie: that's one of my provisions is where they alert the abuser of an immi
obama the entire united states of america is one big giant ku klux klan. >> what? >> and the constitution for barack obama is the membership charter for this giant ku klux klan. and i honestly believe this is how barack obama sees the united states of america. one big giant kkk. >> these family shows not widely listened to, are they? >> i don't think so. especially with that hum in the background. >> yeah, not much for the audio quality. >> but it is important we know they are out there, because some of these views may become -- >> yes. >> approach main stream. >> all right. that concludes -- >> obama thought his mother was the ku klux klan. it's so obvious. >> i think it's the repetition -- >> i'm going to say it again. ku klux klan. >> i heard you! >> maybe you didn't get it the first five times. >> 19 minutes after the hour. carbonite, carbonite carbonite. kids i have so much stuff on my computer, and all it takes is losing one of those files to create a disaster. your files are stored safely and securely off site. it backs things up continuall
in the united states of america at cranbrook school. >> exactly. >> then there were no gays. >> no just weird people we have to punish for being different with zany hijinks. >> this president successfully hid who he really was -- >> so this is not surprising -- >> this reinforces that he is radical left no president has ever taken this position. >> yeah. >> and he was put in a box because if he didn't do it he was hiding his agenda just as he promised putin -- >> nobody puts -- >> barack in a box. >> yeah. >> wouldn't radical left be hey, gay guys have all of the gay sex you want and you can never get married? >> yeah. >> here is gretchen carlson. >> president obama makes history, but is there tolerance for both sides or is he demonizing those who disagree with him now? >> what? >> he may have already -- >> is he demonizing those who are demonizing gays -- >> yes. you demonizing people who demonize people -- >> kind of those who were invading iraq were demonized by fox news. >> yeah. >> boys and girls are having their views formulated on gay marriage through the publi
of the united states geological survey explained, this is no easy task. >>that turns out to be a very tough question. we have some ideas but it's very difficult to get direct evidence. earthquakes occur so deep in the ground we really can't afford to drill there at this point.we'd really like to go to an earthquake to understand how it starts but for now we have to use the laboratory. (vo)the world's worst earthquake disaster in recorded history took place in china on the morning of january 23rd 1556. known as the shaanxi earthquake it tore through ten provinces in a great swathe of destruction, wiping out an area more than 500 miles wide. cities, towns and villages were completely obliterated with the final death toll reaching a staggering 830,000. most of the victims lived in a network of artificial caves called yaodongs set in high cliffs. they died when the massive earthquake set off a series of landslides which completely engulfed the caves. earthquakes result from the shifting and grinding together of vast slabs of rock, some the size of continents, deep beneath the surface of the ear
or not the president was born in the united states. >> i have read about him, he is an arab. >> no, ma'am, he is a decent family man, citizen, i just happen to have disagreements with. >> the video goes on to show the great extent to by donald trump will show to stick with the birther stance. a romney campaign aide is confirming that mitt romney will meet with sheldon adelson in las vegas today. he has yet to give any money to the romney super pack. a california church is putting up a billboard in north carolina offering an app -- apology for amendment one. it says it is sorry for the action of those who denied equality in the name of god. we'll be right back after the break. "stephanie miller show." the bundler. let's say you need home and auto insurance. you give us your information once, online... [ whirring and beeping ] [ ding! ] and we give you a discount on both. sort of like two in one. how did you guys think of that? it just came to us. what? bundling and saving made easy. now, that's progressive. call or click today. jennifer granholm is politically direct
rand paul? >> yeah. >> stephanie: it is unbelievable. senator rand paul, the united states senator, at the -- the faith and freedom coalition meeting in iowa. >> recently weighed in on marriage. and you know, he said his views were evolving on marriage. call me cynical but i wasn't sure his views on marriage -- [ laughter ] >> what's that mean even? what? >> stephanie: a, it is using gay as a pejorative. didn't think his views could get any gayer. >> must be really hard at it. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: what is this? eighth grade on the republican side? >> he's a sitting u.s. senator! >> shame on him! >> stephanie: we were talking about this saturday night. really literally is the most racist sexist homophobic primary i can remember. i was saying once again the bullies, all of them. that's why chris christie didn't get in. they would have killed the fat kid with a rock. when you see his code name as piggy, you know it is time to -- >> he hasn't gotten in yet. some people feel that chris christie's veto
criminal conspiracy unfortunately led by the president of the united states himself out of the oval office which is what drove him the only president in history to resign. again it wasn't pleasant to report that story. i was hoping against hope as the story developed it would turn out the president was not involved. when he was involved. of course when you report that kind of news, there is a price to pay for it. >> stephanie: we've been talking about the marriage equality fight how that will play out in this election. as someone that obviously reported on the civil rights movements in the '60s, the protests in birmingham, how do you think this will play out and how do you see it? >> well, over the long haul, i think it will play out similar to what happened with the civil rights movement of dealing with the voting rights and other rights of people of color. but in the short term, i think i'm in a minority among reporters. i think this is somewhat damaging to president obama's chances in the fall. let me make clea
is it unconstitutional because it violated the first amendment of the united states constitution. since marriage is -- >> i don't think that's a part of the language of the amendment. >> you don't think so? >> no. >> but i think -- we'll talk to blake about this in just a minute but part of the problem that they were so sloppy with the language, that it doesn't just hurt gay couples. you'll see it. it takes away protection for domestic violence. it has been -- i think gaining support -- gay marriage is already illegal in north carolina. this is something -- >> now it's illegaler. >> yeah with extra illegal berries. we'll talk about that next with blake butler, on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >>now let's get some real news. (vo) first, news and analysis with a washington perspective from an emmy winning insider. >>you couldn't say it any more powerfully than that. >> current tv, on the roll. (vo)followed by humor and politics with a west coast edge. >>ah, thank you. >>it really is incredible. (vo)bill press and stephanie miller, current's morning news block. weekdays six to n
of the united states and in the past he is governor which he is running away from everything he did as governor. he does not want to talk about it. he refuses to answer questions. yet when he is on tv on the radio, comes on stage, they introduce him as the governor romney. >> right. and you know why? because he is running on job creation, there is no way to spin that you were 47th out of 50 states in job creation when you were governor and the other three states were hit by a hurricane. there is no way to spin that. >> there is a gentlemen on another station that we watch, his name is al sharpton, and he calls him willard. he refuses to call him the governor. it irks us that there is such a conflict between what he says and the reality. >> all right. you don't need to watch anybody but me. >> blue berry pie! >> yes. we have pie here too. [ whacky comedy music ] >> let's dive into the right-wing world. >> i made two strawberry pies from those strawberries we got. >> how did that work out for you? >> awesome. >> all right. gretchen carlson. >> wouldn't it benefit th
% committed to the united states. i'm guessing she took some flak. we'll be right back after the break. it's go time. >>every weeknight cenk uygur calls out the mainstream media. >>the guys in the middle class the guys in the lower end got screwed again. >>i think you know which one we're talking about. the overwhelming majority of the country says"tax the rich, don't go to war." >>just wanted to clarify that. ♪ >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho i'm walking on sunshine woe ho it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ >> jim got his pants back on. another high jinx gone awry. another prank. another antic. >> you already cut my hair. >> i did a bad job. [ laughter ] >> another mitt romney prank. >> yeah. >> 6 minutes after the hour. >> mr. president with his fancy movie stars -- who does he think he is anyway. >> i had a party last weekend, as you know and i didn't get one thin dime. >> you got guacamole. >> i'm not doing this party thing right. how do you raise $15 million. >> you have the secret se
of the united states doesn't like capitalism. >> oh, my god. i keep pounding that like a subordinate employees employee. fox and friends. >> the man that keep vowing to take down successful businesses in order to make things fair. is he the first president to run against capitalism. >> oh somebody got the memo. >> wow. >> that's amazing. >> roger ailes sent out a memo and everybody ran with it yesterday. >> is he the first president to run against cast-a-polisn. >> gretchen. >> the president making class war fair key to his campaign. how the poor lives. cell phone television, check, cable, check. >> have these people realize their president they spent defending for the last eight years is the one who wrecked capitalism. >> yes. >> okay. sippy cup. >> i find him to be an incredible optimist -- >> romney. >> who keeps campaigning, losing campaigning, losing. and if he were really that burned, and i'm quoting the article, by watching his parents lose these elections, i wouldn't think he would be this optimistic and enthusiastic. [ laughter ] >> he is optimistic and enthusiastic?
activity when he had the opportunity to do so for the united states. of course we know that former president carter would have engaged -- former president carter took the opportunity and served. >> stephanie: yeah yeah. i thought that was kind of a cheap shot, wasn't it? at carter. and so current by the way. >> caller: he almost called it an apology. when you elect -- you elect to wear a uniform and you vacation in france, while others do serve when duty calls, it is a cheap shot. >> stephanie: even david fromme, george bush's speechwriter said he needs new writers. that seemed petty. >> correct me if i'm wrong but wasn't carter like a nuclear physicist on a nuclear submarine? so carter's wicked smart. >> stephanie: like that's rocket science. >> i could have done that. >> stephanie: carol in florida ♪ wheel of right wing hypocrites ♪ >> caller: hi, there stephanie. kudos to current for doing a great service by allowing our voices to be heard! >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i want to say that i am
of the united states, leader of his party, he needs to lead and say we are going to conduct this election in reasonable lines. >> and david honestly, the theme for me this morning is more how is the main stream media going to cover this. mitt romney is literally on record now as say i am responsible for turning around the auto industry. do you just cover that as a reporter saying okay. that is what happened. >> yeah. when i saw i this morning, i literally freaked out. i thought in has got to be a mistake. my fear, and this is the criticism of the media for a while. you will have some members of the media that say, mitt romney did this blah blah blah. but to me it's to tell the truth. and sometimes the fact of the matter is that president baum and president bush to a certain extent, they gave government money to help the auto industry. and there is no way you could do a structured plan without using the bailout. >> that's right. >> a reporter has to say i don't care if the romney campaign gets pissed on me i'm going to call him out on this. >> i was on record back then
think in part to make everyone confused. but there is this date 2014 and by that date, the united states will have removed -- and this isn't change at all -- will have removed the vast majority of the troops out here. and wound down combat operations. what does that really mean and this is something that afghans have been concerned about for a while. and even though i think for political reasons the president would have preferred to leave that out there but afghans want to hear more about what we were trying to do in terms of staying. and that's one of the things he did when he came. >> one of the things you were talking about is the obvious need for confidentiality because of security concerns. >> yeah. >> go ahead. >> no, i sort of inadvertently caught up in that story. because i was staring at twitter, arrean was on twitter -- >> he is always listening. >> i'm sure he is. there was a pretty reputable afghan news agency that said obama is here. and i tweeted could this be true? because i have a lot of followers in washington. and the white house and the st
. >> yes. that's why they are using that methamology because they have a plan all over the united states, you know, they are going to tell america he is running this and this. if he was running neck and neck why would they suppress the votes. >> i have to say don't let them disspirit you. >> exactly. they want us to think he is more ahead than he is. >> they are creating a legend. >> exactly. and any time an african american is first at doing something, they see a hard time. we have to think about that. >> yep. >> and then the last -- the two things i want to say is i want to give a south out from the great democrat state of massachusetts and tell wisconsin we with you, wisconsin. >> yeah. >> and the other things is americans don't let your vote be bought. i don't care how much of the koch brothers and the rest of those folks -- because our country is at state. >> that's right. and can i say something. [ patriotic music ] >> they sent our jobs overseas. >> that's right. >> even the money that bush gave, where did that money go? overseas. the talk show host that i love he alw
and gentlemen ♪ happy, happy, joy, joy happy, happy joy, joy ♪ >> once again the united states failed to make the top ten happiest nations while companies like australia, israel, and the scandinavians do. these nations are actually running a surplus like we did under bill clinton. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> norway which has the second highest score has a government surplus of 162.5% of its gdp. they must have some sort of a norwegian bill clinton. and dixieian. >> yeah. >> it's dixieian here. number 1 denmark, number 2 norway, oh here is a fun fact about norway norway is able to provide quality public health and education services while maintaining a budget surplus of and they have a aaa rating -- [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> you also get free education. >> and then the netherlands, number 3. i'm going to say it's because of abba. >> that's sweden. >> it's scandawhovian. the government plays a significant role pertaining to almost every aspect of activity. regulation yikes. 75% employment rate this regulated economy has thrived in recent years. imagine that. [ applau
of the united states plant the flag for equality. first of all you are seeing marginal democrats rally behind his position. second of all you are going to see it legitimize that position in more and more people's minds. and this is one of those things where symbolism really matters. mor and more americans are going to go okay this is now, you know the main stream position. i feel comfortable with it now. and i think you are going to see a shift towards equality. >> and that's what leaders do as you say. and hopefully has the benefit of mobilizing young people and gay people. >> yes, and there is some chance of that. certainly there's some people who are disaffected, and this gives them a reason to come out. ultimately my political analysis is that this is probably a wash and the reason why this is good is not because it drives donors to obama or discourages someone on the other side the reason why this is good is obama did the right thing. >> yeah and if it's possible it has made mitt romney look even more unprincipals. you can tell he doesn't want to talk about this because of
there it was like one of those tear jerky like a sitting president of the united states. >> i know. when i heard about it, you know, i had always felt like he's for marriage equality, he just can't do it politically then he did it politically which i think is amazing. i don't know if you've talked about it on your show but i feel badly all of the polls i've seen, people seem to be saying they don't buy -- i buy that he did it from a really good evolved place. exactly what he's saying. people are skeptical. he did it for political reasons. because it will only -- it only could hurt him. >> stephanie: that's what i'm saying, the polls so far let's knock on wood, that's a knee-jerk thing but the polls show exactly what he said. this could hurt me in some place. because in this country, it is always tight elections. always 50/50. that's why it took such real political courage. i agree with you that i hope -- i hope we're all as involved as i think we are. >> yeah. talking about that his daughters go to school with a lot of kids
and it's kept the united states safe for this last ten years even if it is torture, it is probably worth doing. >> oh, wow. >> oh, my. wonder if she has any relatives serving in the u.s. military? that things it is a great idea that we should -- our country should throw off the ban on trture. >> stephanie: if you're going to go on television as a security expert, you might want to peruse the geneva conventions once in awhile. >> it is interesting about that point it worked. that was part of the pushback last week, the anniversary of bin laden's killing. it came up time and time again. obama had nothing to do with this. anyone would have made that call and by the way we found bin laden because of torture. this is a talking point that's never going to go away. >> nobody would with have done it. >> stephanie: yeah, of course. eric boehlert, great stuff as always. media matters this week. we'll see you again next week. bye-bye. [ applause ] >> it is not torture. but if it is, i don't care! >> stephanie: all rig
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